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KCSMMHZ
Dec 15, 2011 5:30pm PST
south, showers are still lingering across the southern u.s., but oklahoma and texas should get drier on friday. and across the west, another round of coastal rain as well as mountain snow is moving into british columbia. temperatures are looking like this, we're expecting 6 degrees in vancouver and 8 in seattle, and dipping down into the single digits in chicago, with 2 in toronto and slightly warmer than average in new york and washington, d.c. finally, let's go over to europe, western europe is still bracing for the impact of another powerful low pressure system, it's producing very heavy rain, strong winds, as well as severe thunderstorms across the southern british isles, and western continental europe. the system will move eastward and affect most of european countries in the next 24 hours. temperature wise we're expecting 4 degrees in london and 11 degrees in madrid. all right, i will leave you now with your extended forecast. clear >>> our lead story this hour, the government of japan about to set a milestone on the road to recovery. prime minister yoshihiko noda is expected to a
KCSMMHZ
Dec 13, 2011 5:30pm PST
states and southern plains wednesday. texas will experience the brunt of it. severe thunderstorms, hail, and damaging winds are likely, are possible here wednesday, and the rest of the area will see a mix of rain and snow and freezing rain. across the west, offshore low pressure system is approaching the west coast, and that will bring cold precipitation across the british columbia area, vancouver will see snow wednesday. we are expecting 3 degrees here and 6 in seattle. across the eastern u.s., we're going to see a significant warmup. 11 in chicago, and 18 in oklahoma city, and getting up to 25 in houston. finally, to europe. the northwestern portions of europe are still dealing with inclement weather. a series of low pressure systems will continue to bring fierce winds and heavy precipitation. particularly, here near the center of low pressure in northern ireland, winds could exceed 150 kilometers per hour, and winds are creating on the area here. rain and snow could become heavy at times in northern europe, and scattered heavy showers will continue across most of western contin
KCSMMHZ
Dec 14, 2011 5:30pm PST
corners region, but it's getting very wet and windy from ontario all the way downo texas. severe thunderstorms are possible across texas and oklahoma. and the rest of the area will see a mix of rain and snow as well as freezing rain. the system will move very slowly toward the east and affect quebec as well as nungds in the next 24 hours. across the west a new system is moving into british columbia as well as the pacific northwest, bringing rain and strong winds. but it's not a potent storm, so it should dissipate on thursday. minus 10 degrees in winnipeg and 7 in seattle, but across the east lots of warm areas coming in, pushing up temperatures. we're expecting 12 in toronto, which is about ten degrees higher than average and 19 in atlanta. finally, let's go over to europe. it's wet and windy again across most of the european countries. several atlantic systems will continue to bring heave veriy rain as well as snow and strong winds. particularly windy in the areas like france, germany, as well as poland. in northern germany winds could hit 115 kilometers per hour and strong win
KCSMMHZ
Dec 19, 2011 6:00am PST
and up into eastern texas. then the rain spreads up, turning to snow in eastern canada. so that's the set-up for monday. temperaturewise, we have a series of 7s in toronto, new york city as well as chicago. a warm day in atlanta ahead of the storm coming in, 17 degrees for you. 11 in oklahoma city and behind the storm, certainly is going to be much, much cooler and you can see the blues diving down into northern portions of, northwestern portions of mexico. minus 3 in denver, minus 5 in winnipeg and 14 for you in los angeles. all right now north america, no, we've done that. let's go into europe instead. looking pretty good for the time being out west. but there is yet another round of precipitation coming in. you can see the cloud there. it's going to translate to more snow across parts of scotland, certainly upper elevations of france, as well as germany. we have a weakening system towards the northeast. that will be settling down for you. but this mess down here in the southeast could be again quite problematic. snow for parts of the northern balkans, croatia, you could see abo
KCSMMHZ
Dec 12, 2011 2:30pm PST
arriving back here at fort hood in texas are among the last to return home from iraq. the families of the returning soldiers are waiting anxiously, just a few kilometers away. amongst them, lori henley and her children. >> we are so excited. it has been a long year. there's nothing as exciting as knowing that they are coming home to stay this time. ♪ >> it has been 10 long months since sergeant troy saw his wife and children. >> feels good to be back home. no complaints. ready to get home, now. >> president barack obama promise to put an end to the iraq war as soon as possible as part of his campaign. >> today, i can report that as promised, the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly nine years, america pause war in iraq will be over. >> nearly 4000 u.s. troops lost their lives in the war. the campaign cost washington more than $1 trillion. no weapons of mass destruction were found in the country. the united states public's opinion of the war in iraq has changed significantly. >> polls show that the average american, across the board, more tha
KCSMMHZ
Dec 19, 2011 5:30pm PST
the southwest. then on the southern side of this areas like texas, then into the lower mississippi valley, we're talking about heavier rains. that is now on the move. looks like rain will be spreading in towards the midwest as well as right along the mississippi valley. for tonight you do want to watch out for wintry conditions here. for areas of colorado in towards kansas and oklahoma. monday's highs will be -- tuesday, rather, highs will be looking like this. it is getting to be looking cold for oklahoma city. highs at just two degrees. 4 also in chicago. also single digits, 9 in d.c. and 7 degrees in new york. lastly, a look at europe. we'll be talking about largely unsettled weather all around. for the southeast corner here we'll be talking about showers and thunderstorms. then as this frontal system pulls on in, wintry weather both rain and snow will be spreading across the british isles as well as western and central sections of europe. for the alpine region, those mountain areas, you want to watch out for the potential for heavy snowfall. highs for tuesday will be looking at
KCSMMHZ
Dec 26, 2011 6:00am PST
contract. the texas rangers won the right to try to make that happen. darvish is arguably the best pitcher in japan these days. his earned run average has been less than two for five straight years and he's just 25 years old. the rangers reportedly offered $51.7 million to darvish's team, the nippon fighters, more than the boston red sox bid to negotiate with daisuke matsuzaka. the rangers have made it to the world series two years in a row, but didn't win. >> well we're hopeful. you know, that's why we got into this process. was with the goal of signing the player and making him a ranger and hopefully helping us win a championship. >> fans think he would be a good fit. >> he seems to be very good. i'm excited about it. we need some good, a good pitcher. so go rangers. >> we're one strike away last year. you know, i think he's the missing piece. we just need. >> the rangers have until the 18th of january to work out a contract with darvish. now sumo. kisenosato flexed his muscles as an ozeki for the first time in the national sports arena. the occasion was an official practice sess
KCSMMHZ
Dec 21, 2011 6:00am PST
be just around eastern texas. and the lower mississippi valley areas. we're not going to be even ruling out isolated tornadoes. one has touched down in louisiana yesterday that can't be ruled out yet. now, we talk about snow, that will be descending from northern rockies and in towards central rockies, talking about 5 to 15 centimeters of white stuff piling up in the higher elevations there. denver, two degrees tellwi s temperaturewise. atlanta, 20 degrees. that's well above average. let's head over to europe and talk about if you're going to be having a white christmas. we have images coming out from finland. white christmas is days away in santa's homeland here. snow is piling up in lapland, santa's official home, we're talking about. a few lucky ones got to meet the real santa and take photos with him in santa's workshop. he fed rudolph to prepare. looks like finland, you all are having lots of snow to be piling up, especially in and around lapland, in the northern area. so in the northern scandinavian peninsula, snow. but southern parts, rain and sleet for your holiday weeken
KCSMMHZ
Dec 2, 2011 6:00am PST
texas. further out towards the east, things looking more settled. temperatures not too bad. d.c., 14 for pup 18 in atlanta. just in double figures in new york at 11. 5 in toronto and a warm day in winnipeg at. 2 in denver and low 20s in houston as well as mexico city. okay. now to europe. storm after storm keeps coming through the british isles. and during your day on friday, you can see there is a very well-developed system just about to move into the british isles and you can just tell how strong that wind is going to be. so gaels continuing since last week, really, right across the north. as for the precipitation in the baltic states, rain changing over to snow by the time it hits western russia, and down to the southeast, not too bad here actually. a little warmer than it has been in the past weeks. athens up to 18 degrees on your saturday. 17 for rome, and 12 in paris. 12 in london as well. and vienna, meanwhile, looking a lot cooler. 69 in berlin and 5 for the high in stockholm. here is your extended forecast. >> that's our broadcast for this hour of "newsline." we'll be b
KCSMMHZ
Dec 11, 2011 5:30pm PST
the relative safety of u.s. treasury bonds, and also west texas intermediate crude oil prices, benchmark wti up 1.5%. still, the focus this week may shift to key events in the u.s. and japan. in the u.s., we have the federal reserve having its policy meeting on tuesday, and really having a look at some of the recent economic data out of the u.s. it has shown an improvement across a lot of sectors, jobs, housing, and manufacturing, to name a few. so the focus is really on the language or words that the federal reserve uses at the end of its policy meeting. in japan, we have an important quarterly economic data. quarterly japan business survey for large and small manufacturers, and nine months after the march 11th disaster, a lot of focus will be on how japan's economy has been going through this period, where there's regional economies like fukushima that have been devastated both from the farming and fishing products, and also across a lot of different regions in the auto industry. we will see a lot of information from that thursday. that's going to be a crucial bit of data fo
KCSMMHZ
Dec 29, 2011 6:00am PST
oklahoma city, 21 in houston, texas. 11 in denver and 24 in l.a. a fairly warm day in chicago as well at 8 degrees, and out in the east, 14 in atlanta, but we still see the winter chill to the north and new york city, 3 degrees for your high. northwestern europe continues to see the storms moving through. very, very gusty winds, parts of the northern uk dealing with gale-force winds once again. a lot of wet weather will be focused over germany and down through the low countries into france. it will be rain into snow. we'll see heavy parts of snow in the scandinavian peninsula. so looking wet and wild for much of the north and west. down toward the south we have a lingering system which is actually just getting ready to rejuvenate itself and redevelop. so that will mean some intense storms coming into the balkans as we head into friday. here are your temperatures, not too bad to the west, 12 in paris, 8 in london and madrid, but things chilling down as you can see here, warsaw, and also moscow, just around the freezing mark. kiev at 2, berlin 5 for you and stockholm, 4 is your forecast. h
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